Apple touts the Vision Pro as a great way to participate in immersive FaceTime calls. One of the first questions many people ask is what the person wearing Vision Pro looks like during the FaceTime call. After all, there is no iPhone or iPad camera in front of the user's face. Does the Vision Pro device even appear in the FaceTime call?
The Apple Vision Pro delivers its advanced spatial computing features thanks to fully integrated hardware and software. Besides two powerhouse processors and a bevy of specialized cameras and sensors, the operating system is key to the Vision Pro user experience. Various apps come pre-installed on Vision Pro and the App Store makes it possible to download apps by third-party developers and Apple.
The first generation of Apple's spatial computing device, the Vision Pro utilizes external battery power for portability and mobility. The battery is connected by a cord to the device and can be slipped into a pocket, keeping the Vision Pro lightweight and comfortable to wear.
Apple Vision Pro gets approximately two (2) hours of battery life on a full charge.
Apple Vision Pro is Apple's first new platform since the Apple Watch launch in 2015. Vision Pro promises to usher in an era of spatial computing, which combines AR and VR functions Apple's latest sleek product. The device is packed with leading edge technologies to place apps directly into the space around the user.